|Mid Price||GBX 497.92||Day Change||GBX +3.07 (0.62%)|
|Price Date||22 Jan 2019||Crown Rating|
|Shares Class||Inc.||Yield||2.24 %|
|Last Ex-Dividend Date||01 October 2018||Dividend Frequency||Annually|
|Sector||UK Smaller Companies||Fund Size||48,054,100.00|
|Launch Date||15/07/2002||Standard Initial Charge||2.50%|
|Ongoing cost||0.84%||Annual Management Charge||0.75%|
The Unicorn UK Smaller Companies Fund aims to achieve long- term capital growth by investing primarily in UK companies included within the UK Numis Smaller Companies plus AIM Index. For this purpose, UK companies are defined as those which are incorporated or domiciled in the UK, or have a significant part of their operations in the UK. The Index covers the bottom tenth by value of the main UK equity market plus AIM stocks that meet the same size limit. The fund invests for the long term and there is no guarantee that any particular return will be achieved, over any period, and investors should note that their capital is always at risk. The investment approach is to identify individual companies for investment and therefore the portfolio may not be representative of the index. AIM is the London Stock Exchange’s International Market for smaller growing companies. The fund may also invest, at its discretion, in other transferable securities, deposits, and cash. The fund may also enter into certain derivative and forward transactions for hedging purposes. The fund invests for the long term and there is no guarantee that any particular return will be achieved over any period. Investors should note that their capital is always at risk.
Simon Joined Unicorn in 2008 from JM Finn stockbrokers where he worked as a research analyst. Before moving to the City, Simon spent three years on the NHS graduate finance scheme. He is Co-Manager of the Unicorn UK Smaller Companies Fund and was appointed Co-Manager of the Unicorn UK Income and Acorn Income Fund in December 2013.